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Published on Nov 28, 2012
A flood or water incursion can create an indoor environment that could be hazardous to building occupants and restoration workers. Depending on the water source, it may contain bacteria, viruses, mold, chemicals, and even protozoa. During the drying process, other contaminates already in the building may also cause a health hazard. Buildings with materials that contain asbestos or lead based paints may become aerosolized during the drying process as portions of walls, ceilings and flooring may have to be partially removed or even demolished.